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'Best' online photo storage/sharing site

Discussion in 'Through-the-Lens Club' started by mhambi, Sep 9, 2008.

  1. mhambi

    mhambi κολασμένος

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    Smugmug?

    Picasa?

    Pbase?

    Flickr?

    Photobucket?

    Webshots?

    Other?




    Free vs. paid?

    :help: What do you like/use?
     
  2. MrsKitty

    MrsKitty

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    I'm not sure. I have been meaning to figure that out. With Photobucket you allow them to do anything they want with your photos so definitely don't put anything there that you want to sell.
     


  3. hwyhobo

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    I prefer Pbase for simplicity of presentation. I don't like it when vendor's ads, decorations, and other non-essentials dominate instead of my photo.
     
  4. grahamw

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    I use www.flickr.com (a yahoo company)

    MY PHOTOS http://flickr.com/photos/28440356@N07/

    Free = 100MB Per Month

    Pro Account $24.95 per year

    - Unlimited uploads and storage
    - Unlimited sets and collections
    - Access to your original files
    - Stats on your account
    - Ad-free browsing and sharing
    - Video uploads
     
  5. nipperwolf

    nipperwolf

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    Same with flickr. ;)

    Smugmug.
     
  6. MrsKitty

    MrsKitty

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    Yeah, I read the TOS today.

    I have been using Exposure Manager but I don''t post from there. Just galleries to order from.
     
  7. big88foot

    big88foot Millennium Member

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    I looked over the TOSs for Flickr and Smugmug and they both allow them to use your stuff in "public" areas (Flickr), or "Interactive" areas (Smugmug). They both say they won't use your stuff if it's in a "private" area. I didn't study them in depth, but my cursory review didn't turn up much difference between them.
    BF